2008/4/29 Adrian <firstname.lastname@example.org
I just thought it was such a blatant bug that it is more likely to be
just my own machine. I have found the bug is replicable all the time and
I am at least aware of it, I will now go look on my laptop to see if it
is the same there.
I find it hard to think it slipped through the net.
You shouldn't. Testing is hard, and we have few people doing it before a release.
If nothing is found elsewhere, I will reinstall and see if that helps.
That would be unlikely. All problems should have a cause, it's important to find that cause. You did properly uninstall 2.2.10? My impression is not uninstalling the old version is causing the most difficult problems to troubleshoot.
Thanks as always,
On Tue, 2008-04-29 at 14:57 +0000, Gary Burton wrote:
> >I am not sure if it is something I do or a bug in the system. It is the
> >sort of glitch I normally put down to myself and I have no solid way of
> >replicating it yet, but if I do I will file it.
> It's a good move to file a bug when you can consistently reproduce the problem using the example data that comes with gramps. Also clearly list the steps you take to reproduce the bug. As a general rule, developers are more likely to spend their limited time working on a bug that they can quickly reproduce themselves. We get quite a few bug reports that are virtually impossible to reproduce because of some peculiarity of the reporter's system or data.